Lockheed Martin Backs eSTOL Developer Electra

Operation from Manhattan’s Wall Street heliport is a key goal for Electra’s nine-passenger eSTOL.
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Lockheed Martin has invested in hybrid-electric aircraft developer Electra, leading the startup’s ongoing Series A fund raising. The corporate venture capital investment will enable Electra to build a full-scale demonstrator for its electric short takeoff and landing (eSTOL) technology. The startup...
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